Dr. Sonia T. Johnson

Dr. Sonia T. Johnson, Chairman of the Grenada National Anti-Doping Organization and Grenada representative to the Caribbean RADO Board, a certified Doping Control Officer, and past President of the Grenada Sports Medicine Association, achieved a B.Sc. in Psychology at the University of South Carolina in 1990 before going on to St. George’s University, Grenada where she graduated with her Medical Degree in 1997. She then went on to work at St. George’s General Hospital for seven years in the Orthopaedic & Surgical Department. In 2005 Dr. Johnson went to Nottingham University, UK where she graduated with a Masters Degree in Sport & Exercise Medicine. She currently works in private practice in St. George’s.

Dr. Johnson advocates for balancing work and play! She is an avid tennis player who was a National Tennis Champion and who has also accomplished the title of Windward Islands Champion on three occasions! She also enjoys swimming. 

Dr. Johnson endeavours to work actively in the field of Sports Medicine. She intends to lead the development of Athletes and all sporting personnel through education and enlightenment. Given that sports, considered a changing science, and very dynamic, the urge to excel and accomplish one’s goals hinges on nutrition, self care, hard work and practise, not to mention a strong support network. The absence of these can be a catalyst to resort to cheating with performance enhancing drugs.  Dr. Johnson spends a great portion of her time dedicated to teaching athletes about fair play.